To manually calculate unpaid leave, you would need to ensure that the Record Unpaid Leave in Payroll is not ticked under the Settings > Payment Settings.
1. To calculate unpaid leave:
Find the number of working days in the current month.
Use this figure to calculate how much the employee is paid daily (monthly salary/working days in month).
Multiply this figure by the number of days of unpaid leave.
2. You may choose either one of three options:
Fixed Number of Days: You may select your company’s working days for the particular payroll month.
Working days in Current Calendar Month: Includes all ticked working days including public holidays.
All Days in Current Calendar Month: Includes all days in the current calendar month.
Example for Working days in Current Calendar Month:
Jim earns RM 4,000 a month, and takes 3 days unpaid leave in the month of March 2019. How much should be deducted?
Following the steps listed above, we find:
There are 21 working days in the month of March
Jim earns RM 190.48 per day (4000/21).
As Jim has taken 3 days off, the total deduction should be RM 571.43 (4000*3/21).
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